Energy & Environment
Even as emissions decrease, progress can stop if the Clean Power Plan is overturned.
The new record raises the chances the government declares a water shortage there.
The bill would reform the Toxic Substances Control Act.
Environmental officials in six states are warning Congress is going too far.
Federal investigators are faulting the pipeline owner in last year’s rupture on California’s coast.
The office dismissed a House GOP letter about his investigation into ExxonMobil as “ironic."
A compromise chemical safety overhaul bill is nearly complete.
The bill requires the EPA pay for claims related to the Gold King mine waste spill.
The bill would change how the federal government writes future air pollution rules.
Moniz said he doesn’t think a future president will undo President Obama’s climate work.
Trump said the deal doesn't treat the U.S. fairly.
The Department of Energy is expanding its training program for veterans looking to enter the solar...
The House and Senate are poised to deliver legislation to Obama by Memorial Day.
Sanders says the bill does too much to prevent states from writing their own rules.
Sen. Joe Manchin says out-of-state groups are trying to misrepresent his position.
Patricia Espinosa says “it would not be easy” to renegotiate the Paris climate deal.
Murkowski doubts the administration is being impartial in its Arctic review.
The newest version of the Puerto Rico debt bill leaves out a controversial wildlife refuge land...
Miners, Western Republicans are lining up against the administration, environmentalists.
The EPA wants more ethanol and other biofuels in the nation's fuel supply.
"The EPA is one of the most toxic places in the federal government to work."
Leading lawmakers say they're in the final stages of hammering out a compromise bill.
Two top Dems say they are dropping support for a proposal to reform chemical safety laws.
The agency said fires up to this point have been five times worse than last year.